Lewis Hamilton slams Hungary’s anti-LGBTQ+ laws as F1 heads into race weekend
Lewis Hamilton has voiced his support to those opposed to the anti-LGBTQ+ laws being backed by the Hungarian government.
Lewis is one of 20 drivers that touched down in the country this week ahead of R11 at the Hungarian Grand Prix this Sunday.
Decisions being taken by Viktor Orban’s government in recent months has incited public anger after a law passed last month banned what officials say is the ‘promotion’ of LGBTQ+ education for children.
The Prime Minister recently indicated that a referendum would be held on the legislation after there was a global outcry against the new laws.
Seven-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton took to Instagram after touching down in Budapest this week and wrote;